The Birmingham Look Book – a go-to resource for journalists designed to raise the profile of Birmingham, the Black Country and Solihull with national and international media
Harnessing Birmingham’s rising global profile could help areas across the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership’s patch to boost their reputation internationally
Visit Birmingham has unveiled a new tourism campaign designed to boost the region’s cultural profile
Meet Birmingham is ensuring that its event visitors will get the most out of the city’s new transport links and facilities by enhancing its support package for organisers and delegates.
Birmingham’s reputation as a visitor destination is on the up, according to new research released today by Marketing Birmingham
Look out for shoppers in their pyjamas in Lichfield city centre this Saturday morning - January 26th - as the Lichfield Players brave the elements in their nightwear to promote their next show.
... marketing can have a positive impact on business development, regardless of industry sector.
Nightclub owners putting Birmingham on the map
A free seminar series for transport and logistics professionals will continue at Coventry University next month with a talk on how to use Twitter and other social media channels to boost business engagement.
Birmingham is gearing up to host the Conservative Party for an unprecedented third Autumn Conference in five years, when it returns to the city next month.
Marketing Birmingham has now recruited over 100 commercial partners as it steps up its international investment promotion efforts.
The strongest small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in the wider Birmingham region are exporting to generate growth – with most of those companies specialising in advanced manufacturing or engineering, according to research
Brindleyplace will be bringing all things hot and spicy to the city with the second annual Birmingham Chilli Festival on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th July.
HS2 will have a tremendous impact on Birmingham’s growing visitor economy, says Marketing Birmingham chief executive Neil Rami.
"...our findings indicate that the local business community could be looking more confidently to the future"
More than 10,000 people converged on the city to promote excellence in veterinary practice
Neil Rami, Chief Executive, Marketing Birmingham reflects on the impact of this week’s Budget on Birmingham’s potential to attract further inward investment.
The chief executive of Marketing Birmingham has called for the Chancellor to keep the UK competitive for investors in this week’s Budget.
Visit Birmingham will be positioning the city as an unrivalled visitor destination at influential travel trade exhibitions this March